07 Oct 2018
Consider Trioplan 50mm bubble blur! such as distance and contrast.
I organized the inside of the my computer. Because the big work was finish.
Then, I found some pictures of Torioplan 50mm. It was what I took in early spring.
I think, it will be interesting to post only bubble blur.
Meyer-Optik Görlitz / Trioplan 50mm F2.9 M42
Trioplan 100mm is very famous and expensive as a lens of bubble bokeh.
50mm is available at unexpectedly realistic price.
Still, a premier price is included in that, I think.
Posted a picture aiming for bubble blur, and that consideration.
Light filtering through is basically a tall tree. Like Helios’ swirly blur.
I tried to bubble blur in the gap of plum just like light filtering through.
It seems to be hard to understand without difference in lightness.
Well is there atmosphere?
A bit more blurred when it is a bit blackish tree and leaf.
It is a bit boring composition. As a picture.
It is gorgeous and healthy, but it is still hard to understand, there is not little difference in lightness.
Beautiful, blue sky and pink flowers are good colors.
I wonder if it was a good picture if I could see more bubble blur.
Oh, it’s a magnificent bubble blur!
After all, when the lightness difference is strong, bubble blur appears in good touch.
Bubble blur might appear a little. Really a little.
Since the subject is a plain leaf, it is not interesting as a photograph.
I could make the small light filtering through the ground bubble blur, but from the focal plane is a bit short.
This is a difficult place compared to Helios’ round blur.
The light reflected from the gate of the house is becoming a bubble blur. Although, this is a bonus level.
One bubble blur is in the gap of the potted plant.
Even at this level, it may be possible to make use of it to portraits if you can increase the number.
It is a complicated frame, but it has a little bubble blur in the green gap behind the flower bed.
From this point of view, if you are in a situation where tall sunflowers are dense, you will also be able to use bubble bokh for portraits.
The leaves of the tall trees,
Even in the shade there is a contrast similar to light filering through and it is relatively easy.
The plum color is beautiful and the bubble blur is a good decoration.
I tried to shoot something like a bubble blur for about a while, but it seems quite difficult.
Is the car’s lamp slightly bubbled?
After all the night is the easiest.
A small light bulb lighting like decorating a Christmas tree is the best.
It seems to make a fantastic atmosphere with the city lights.
However, it is difficult to get involved with portraits easily.
If you try to make use of it to portrait, it is absolutely necessary to illuminate the subject, so it will not be easy.
By the way Trioplan has a noun named trio in. That’s why three lenses were used.
I think, The lens of 3 group lens is relatively easy to take in sharpness as a whole.
I would like to see the previous post on the above.
I use a mount similar to this.
Recently I just shot with a film camera, so the pictures of the digital camera are very fresh.
Unlike film, Digital is very clear.
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